Monster cropping is a technic that takes a cut from a flowering plant. Much you would take as in cloning for plant replenishing. The difference being you are just cloning a plant that will produce multitudes of branches. All the while not having to top them, thusly saving valuable grow time. In addition, the time…

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The importance of compost teas cannot be overlooked. These are suppliers of the most important nutrients and activators you could possibly add to your crops. In addition, the fastest way to supply extremely needed nutrients for a premium crop production. These teas promote terpenes to deploy much much better flavors and aromas. You can apply…

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This Formula is a 4 week end of flowering spike mix of ingredients. In addition to promoting Final Growth, Size, and amount of yield. This maxes out the performance of the plant you have put so much care into. For use with regular soil growers or for use with advanced growers. 2 TBS. Per 5…

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Week 1 During week 1 of flowering there is an essential need for nitrogen. Nitrogen will help promote explosive growing in the stretch period. Therefore, you need to apply approximately 1 TBS per 3 to 5-gallon planter to promote great stretch growth. Keep applying all the other essential nutrient you would normally feed with. Week…

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1. Prepare a Cozy Bed Depending on the variety, carrots can plunge down 7 or 8 inches into the soil. This means that for straight, uniform roots, a deep seed bed is an absolute necessity. Carrots grow best in loose, friable soil tilled to a depth of 10 to 12 inches, and because they’ll fork…

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Soil Quality Potatoes grow best in loose, well-drained loam soil. Heavy clay soil retains too much moisture and tends to become hard as it dries, which can eventually slow water absorption and make it difficult for tubers to grow. Sandy soil drains too quickly, which can result in drought stress unless you water often. Garden…

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1: Encourage Healthy Soil The soil for cucumbers should be rich, but not heavy. One month before planting, amend the soil with compost and manure, and loosen it with a digging fork or broadfork in the no-till garden. If you don’t have access to homemade compost or local livestock manure, adding store-bought worm castings to…

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Want to keep your garden growing strong during the fruiting and flowering process? Giving your plants the right amount of potassium is key. During heavy fruiting and flowering, plants can deplete the potassium in the root zone quickly, sometimes in as little as three or four days. Potassium is a catalyst for carbohydrate metabolism, so if…

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Squash and pH pH refers to the acidity or alkalinity of soil. A pH of 7.0 indicates neutral soil, while anything lower is acidic and anything higher is alkaline. Like most garden vegetables, squash prefers slightly acidic soil. The ideal pH range for squash is between 5.5 and 6.8. Squash plants generally survive in a…

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In the first year, pick off blossoms to discourage strawberry plants from fruiting. If not allowed to bear fruit, they will spend their food reserves on developing healthy roots. The yields will be much greater in the second year. Eliminate daughter plants as needed. First and second generations produce higher yields. Try to space each…

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